The follow up to the Google Nexus One phone could well be brought to life by Motorola, after the revitalised mobile maker’s CEO confirmed that they would be delivering a phone to sell through the new Google Store.
Sanjay Jha reiterated Motorola’s ambition to launch 20 smartphones in 2010, of which one will be "one direct to consumer device with Google."
There has already been talk of a Google Nexus Two smartphone being targeted at business users, and recent rumours that Motorola is currently working on a secret project, codenamed Shadow, could well turn out to be the Nexus Two.
Putting the Nexus One sequel in the hands of Motorola, would not be such a bad move. Since fully embracing the Android OS platform, the previously struggling mobile manufacturer has delivered such impressive Android offerings as the Motorola Milestone (Droid) and the Motorola Cliq.
A Motorola built Googlephone is likely to arrive in the first half of 2010, and with talk of an iPhone 4 on the horizon, Motorola may have to act on it quickly.
Link: Tech Radar